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Publisher Description

The powerful new novel from Kimberley Freeman.
A rich and satisfying story of two women with indomitable spirits and the high costs they have to pay for being strong-minded, from the author of the bestselling LIGHTHOUSE BAY and EMBER ISLAND.


A story about love, motherhood, and learning whom you belong to in the world.
In 1874, wild and willful Agnes Resolute finally leaves the foundling home where she grew up on the bleak moors of northern England. On her departure, she discovers that she was abandoned with a small token of her mother: a unicorn button. Agnes had always believed her mother to be too poor to keep her, but Agnes has been working as a laundress at the foundling home and recognises the button as belonging to the imperious and beautiful Genevieve Breakby, daughter of a local noble family. Agnes had only seen her once, but has never forgotten her. She investigates and discovers Genevieve is now in London. Agnes follows, living hard in the poor end of London until she finds out Genevieve has moved to France.
This sets Agnes off on her own adventure: to Paris, Agnes follows her mother's trail, and starts to see it is also a trail of destruction. Finally, in Sydney she tracks Genevieve down. But is Genevieve capable of being the mother Agnes hopes she will be?

A powerful story about women with indomitable spirits, about love and motherhood, and about learning whom you belong to in the world.Praise for Kimberley Freeman's writing:

GOLD DUST
'A rich saga with characters you'll never forget. I couldn't put it down.'
Kate Morton, author of THE SECRET KEEPER

WILDFLOWER HILL
'Utterly engaging.'
THE COURIER-MAIL

LIGHTHOUSE BAY
'an enchanting love story'
MiNDFOOD

EVERGREEN FALLS
'Eerie and fascinating ... the plot is brilliant in both time zones.'
NEWCASTLE HERALD

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2017
April 26
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
448
Pages
PUBLISHER
Hachette Australia
SELLER
Hachette Digital, Inc.
SIZE
1.5
MB

Customer Reviews

No No Nannette ,

Stars Across the Ocean

Great story, at times too wordy. Get through all the minutiae and it’s a great read!

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